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. cynthia tucker and jerry sigh. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilting a bit in the summer heat, but each day this week brought those economic green chutes he's been counting on. monday, new home sales jumped the big of the increase in eight years. tuesday, home prices, their first increase in three years. wednesday, a surprising stepup in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless claims fall to the lowest 11 since january. and friday, the clearest sign yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim giant fler. geithner. the spending went way down. what more can the administration if anything to encourage spending to go back up? >> george, you're right,
." bloomberg's al hunt. conservative columnist michelle malkin. cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal-constitution." and gerry sieb. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilti bngit a in e summermm atbu , cht ea day this weonomec chutes he's beenntouing on. monday, new home sales jumpeoud the biggntesy t mohlincreasehl esy, tuesday, home first increase rerst increase in three yearfis. updnesday, s ufinacanngturi up in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless cl ll to their lowest l vesince vejaary.reeast sigd idayfrthe c yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim geithner. a lot of good news out there this week. but the bad ne is that consumers are sti
. and this is segment where tucker bawrndz and i put our big geeky weather heads together to answer your most preeing questions, weather- related or otherwise. today's question is weather- related. brian walton sends it in. not sure. brian seems to have a lot of time on his hands. how cold would it have to be for water to leave your mouth and freeze befe it hits the ground. >> is that possible? >> is it possible? yes, it is possible. how cold would it have to be in that seems to be up in the air. not sure why you want to know this. but a lot of people want to know this. you go on-line and there are all kinds of theories about it. people have been investigating it for a long time. tucker barnes joins us with more info on that. >> thank you very much. well, it turns out that you've got to get to an air temperature about meunch us 5, minus 40 at least nog colder than that. this will occur. we have a youtube video presentation by somebody that took some boilg water outdoors, take a look. watch this and tosss it in the air. that is boiling water. that is called a flash freeze. we're going to run it again.
. our bill tucker tells us more might be on the way. >> reporter: it took the house just a few hours to pulp an additional $2 billion into the cash for clunkers program and send the bill to the senate and the president praised their quick action. >> thanks to quick bipartisan responses, we're doing everything possible to continue this program and to continue helping cob assumers and the auto industry contribute to our recovery. >> reporter: washington is in love with the cash for clunkers program. >> it's a success that there's kesh that too many people are buying cars. that's a good thing. >> reporter: dealers are enthusiastic. >> it's going to be a huge success. can't wait to do another 100 of them. >> reporter: but what is all this these yax baenthusiasm bas? a survey of 2,000 dealers reporting an average of 13 deals ready to be approved nor the program. the program has been declared the billion-dollar budget spent. >> there's definitely a reason to just take a deep breath for a moment. if congress goes ahead and we get fiebl approval on the $2 million more, that's great, but ever
'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. gurvir is off this week. >> tucker barnes is with us this morning. >> rainy right now a cross the area, we are getting light showers, other than a few thunderstorms out there. you know what that means? >> what? >> it does mea n a slow drive to work. >> it does mean that. it should mean that. >> we have a wa veof low esevprre delopinale onrethg front t athamcroe thugh during the overnight e ours oshowers breaking out across the area. other than a few ndbas ofba heavier rain. there was elier some thunder and lightning out towards prince george's county and an arundel county. you can see showers are widespread here. i think a good chance that dema of you will llsee some light shower activity he urindheg t next few hours. u across the mess across the ic. atnt area of low pressure pwiusllh f of neast. south d we'll have a lot of cloud cover for much of the day. temperatures, well being they are doing their thing. 74degrees at reagan national. never really cooled off overnight. winds are out of the north and west as five miles per hour. be
harris falkner, and singer and planetary correspondent, otis, and tucker carlson, always a delight. time to go back to tv's andy leevy for the post-game wrap up. >> hey, jill, what do you think about paula abdul leaving american idol? >> i think it's a terrible career mistake, but fox caught up with the denver auditions without paul, and victoria beckham and she actually smiled. and if we deep having surprises like this, it will be the highest rated season ever. >> do you think it's a career mistake for her since she has no other career. >> i don't know why you would leave the highest rated show in television. i would do it for free. >> are you going to be in jersey any time soon. >> yes, i'm probably doing jersey at the end of august, club cazba, and i can't wait it get out there and have fun. do you know how many lonely nights i spent in big ernie's diner? turny. it's always good for a comedian, don't mess with the language, just let the crowd minute ago it out. no talent fat neck. >> is your book coming out in paperback soon? >> i hate your guts, it will be out next week in paperback,
of training hundreds of iraqi soldiers. bill tucker has his story. >> i want to get that decision made up today. >> reporter: arron bert has an innate desire to make a difference. as a citizen he manages capital projects in the seattle parks department. as a soldier, he was in baghdad in 2004. he was one of only four national guard captains charged with training some 700 iraqi security forces. >> we fought in an urban environment that was chaotic. and it was trying to adapt our thinking to a new fight, where reaching out, making connections with the populace, you know, the old adage of winning the hearts and minds, was coming into play, but it wasn't in vogue yet. the job that we were doing was a job that normally special forces, you know, green berets, do. and yet here we're a bunch of national guardsmen. i was a finance analyst at the time with the city of seattle. we had a schoolteacher with us. we had a mechanic who worked on high-end hot rod cars. we had a guy who was actually a sheriff's officer. i mean, we were like a motley band of, you know, the citizen soldier. >> reporter: arro
were trapped up in the mountains. so recent tucker and a number of other men organized this first relief party that headed up in the mountains at great risk to themselves to try to rescue folks. there were a series of rescue expeditions and just skipping forward in time a little bit in mid-april of 1847, the last of those four rescue expeditions reached what we now call donner lake expecting to find george and hampson donner and lawrence alive. instead they only found lewis sitting next to a pan of fresh brains and livers with the donner party -- with the donner's gold hidden in his clothing. he had apparently murdered tampson or george donner for their money and also in order to cannibalize their bodies. in the end of the 87 people who came out of the mountains as official members of the donner party, 47 had died. a few had been cannibalized. fewer than a dozen actually. and that's basically the outline of the story. there are a couple of interesting side notes i wanted to mention. one this business about how women outsurvived men. as i say the book is full of these sides into va
. or was it just the soundtrack. we'll leave that one to tucker. but all good movies. these are the movies that you hate to see they're not top releases but any saturday or sunday afternoon if you're flippg around, you'll find them. >> we'll be watching them this weekend, you're right. >>> switching gears, we're have two weather men for the price of one. what is happening this weekend? >> because there is a lot happening. we'll start witda in the weetoend as we see changes coming. t rsf fioall, current stepped outside, 65 degrees. egs great outside rig 66 a66esllredut es. leab fo d drees at dulles airport. 62 in abaltimore. so we have cool air in place. and in dfreerick, maryland, it's 59 degrees at this hour. and let's look at the satellite radar. what we're seeing here is there are nothing going on. there are some clouds but no precipitation and nor do we expect to see any precipitation today. w on tnd wrekeee, we do kehave me changes coming for the weekend. and the main change is heat. some real summertime heat will work it's way in here over the course of the weekend. there is your high press
're tattered. i know that's how tucker looks, too, but still, it breaks your heart. let me go in, there's a new line, ralph lauren, got a new l lobster design on their pants. it's what i do. >> if you touch just one child. >> it's who you are. >> touched just one child, seriously. on the way to the tennis camp, it's all worth it. it's all worth it. all right, hey, we have a lot of people here today and one of them who is sorry he's here, richard haass. richard is here. pat buchanan down in washington. we'll be talking to peggy noonan. robert menendez will be here. andrea mitchell will be here. richard engel is going to be here. who is not going to be here today? we've got a new poll out, a quinnipiac poll out, really, really surprising numbers for the president. not even the quinnipiac poll that we gave you last hour. this one hot off the presses. we're going to give you that information right after the break. plus, health care reform possibly coming to a consensus in washington, d.c. news breaking overnight of the outline of a possible health care plan. we'll tell you that after the news with
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